Pictures Of Lily

Author: Paige Toon
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1849831203
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'I think of you every day. But usually in the quietest part of the morning, or the darkest part of the night. Not when my boyfriend of two years has just proposed. I look up at Richard with his hopeful eyes. 'Lily?' he prompts. 'Will you marry me?' How can I say yes to Richard when my heart has always belonged to you?' Ten years ago, when Lily was just sixteen, she fell in love with someone she really shouldn't have. Now, living in Sydney and engaged to another man, she can't forget the one that got away. And her past is about to catch up with her, bringing fireworks …

Pictures Of Lily

Author: Matthew Yorke
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1849016321
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"I am going to find my parents... if I don't track them down I'll be one of the unlucky ones." So writes seventeen-year-old Lily Myers, for whom, adopted at birth, there are so many unanswered questions. Who are her biological parents? Does she have brothers and sisters? Where else might she have lived had if she not been given away? Most pressing is the simplest question of all: "Why was I given up?" In Lily's case there is refuge in melody. It's in the dub venues of the north of England, in the fizzing bass lines, the buzz of static. Here is the volume to quell the doubts, the fears, even the truth. Yet these melodies have the power to suggest possibilities of their own - not least when coupled with Ayahuasca, a visionary plant used by Amazonian shamans as a vehicle to commune with the spirit world, a world where there can be no secrets. Hitherto Lily's quest has been confined to this psychic plane, transcending space and time to communicate with spirits so real they are real, gathering from them clues about her past, her people. It has been at perilous cost to her mental health. Now, at eighteen, her birth certificate and adoption file are hers for the taking. But will the journey end there? Indeed can she ever come to understand the true significance of 'finding my parents'? Praise for Matthew Yorke's previous novel The March Fence: This is a novel which throbs with life and wonder at the manifold varieties of experience... The talent for writing novels may be hard to define, yet it is unmistakable when encountered... is the real thing... the best first novel that I have read in a long time. Alan Massie. A most impresseive debut. Elaine Feinstein, The Times. Distinctive, energetic...the narrative takes a real grip. Hilary Mantel. Daily Telegraph.

Children Reading Pictures

Author: Evelyn Arizpe
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134476248
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This book describes the fascinating results of a two year study of children's responses to contemporary picturebooks. Children of primary school age, from a range of backgrounds, read and discussed books by the award-winning artists, Anthony Browne and Satoshi Kitamura. They then made their own drawings in response to the books. The authors found that children are sophisticated readers of visual texts, and are able to make sense of complex images on literal, visual and metaphorical levels. They are able to understand different viewpoints, analyse moods, messages and emotions, and articulate personal responses to picturebooks - even when they struggle with the written word. With colour illustrations, and interviews with the two authors whose books were included in the study, this book demonstrates how important visual literacy is to children's understanding and development. Primary and Early Years teachers, literacy co-ordinators and all those interested in children's literature will find this a captivating read.

Little Lily S Picture Book With Pictures By J Gilbert And Others

Author: Lily (little.)
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ISBN:
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Little Lily S Picture Book

Author: Lily (little.)
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A Country Christmas

Author: Marta Perry
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 0369700252
File Size: 78,56 MB
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Two Amish stories of faith and healing The Doctor’s Christmas by Marta Perry God could not have chosen a worse time to send Dr. Grant Hardesty to Button Gap. Three abandoned children were depending on Maggie Davis’s clandestine care until their mother returned. Maggie didn’t think she could trust the by-the-book doctor with her secret. Until she got a glimpse into his soul…and God’s mysterious ways became as clear as a starry night. The Twins’ Family Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain Pastor Carson Blair plans a quiet Christmas vacation for his twin girls—until veteran Lily Watkins gets snowed in with them. Lily is drawn to the warmth of this family, but she’s hiding a secret about Carson’s late wife that threatens more than their holiday. And the twins have their own plan—one that includes a gift-wrapped mommy to complete their family. USA TODAY Bestselling Author

Edith Wharton And The Visual Arts

Author: Emily J. Orlando
Editor: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817315373
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An insightful look at representations of women’s bodies and female authority. This work explores Edith Wharton's career-long concern with a 19th-century visual culture that limited female artistic agency and expression. Wharton repeatedly invoked the visual arts--especially painting—as a medium for revealing the ways that women's bodies have been represented (as passive, sexualized, infantalized, sickly, dead). Well-versed in the Italian masters, Wharton made special use of the art of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, particularly its penchant for producing not portraits of individual women but instead icons onto whose bodies male desire is superimposed. Emily Orlando contends that while Wharton's early work presents women enshrined by men through art, the middle and later fiction shifts the seat of power to women. From Lily Bart in The House of Mirth to Undine Spragg in The Custom of the Country and Ellen Olenska in The Age of Innocence, women evolve from victims to vital agents, securing for themselves a more empowering and satisfying relationship to art and to their own identities. Orlando also studies the lesser-known short stories and novels, revealing Wharton’s re-workings of texts by Browning, Poe, Balzac, George Eliot, Sir Joshua Reynolds, and, most significantly, Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Edith Wharton and the Visual Arts is the first extended study to examine the presence in Wharton's fiction of the Pre-Raphaelite poetry and painting of Rossetti and his muses, notably Elizabeth Siddall and Jane Morris. Wharton emerges as one of American literature's most gifted inter-textual realists, providing a vivid lens through which to view issues of power, resistance, and social change as they surface in American literature and culture.

Zimbabwe In Pictures

Author: Francesca DiPiazza
Editor: Twenty-First Century Books
ISBN: 9780822523994
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Describes the history, government, economy, people, geography, and cultural life of Zimbabwe.

Killer S Cousin

Author: Nancy Werlin
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101576936
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After being accused and acquitted in the death of his girlfriend, seventeen-year-old David is sent to live with his aunt, uncle, and young cousin to avoid the media frenzy. But all is not well at his relatives? house. His aunt and uncle are not speaking, and twelve-year-old Lily seems intent on making David?s life a torment. And then there?s the issue of his older cousin Kathy?s mysterious death some years back. As things grow more and more tense, David starts to wonder?is there something else that his family is trying to hide from?

Lily Goes To Alaska Coloring Book

Author: Steer Goosen
Editor: Steer Goosen
ISBN:
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Coloring book of the popular Lily goes to Alaska children's book from the Adventures of Lily series

Lily Goes To Alaska

Author: Steer Goosen
Editor: Steer Goosen
ISBN:
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Adventure of little dog in Alaska, being introduced to various animals and in search of a teddy bear, her perception of a bear.

How Lily Got Her Bling Back Coloring Book

Author: Steer Goosen
Editor: Steer Goosen
ISBN:
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Coloring book of the popular "How Lily got her bling back" children's book from the Adventures of Lily series. How Lily got her bling back is the story of a little dog who lost her precious diamond collar which her mother gave her. While searching for the collar she escapes from the clutches of an evil kidnaper, and finds out who her true friends are.

How Lily Got Her Bling Back

Author: Steer Goosen
Editor: Steer Goosen
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The story of a little dog who lost her precious diamond collar which her mother gave her. While searching for the collar she escapes from the clutches of an evil kidnaper, and finds out who her true friends is.

The Garden Swing And Other Pictures And Stories

Author: Garden swing
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The Flower Hunter

Author: Patricia Fullerton
Editor: National Library Australia
ISBN: 9780642107602
File Size: 66,14 MB
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Painter, naturalist, writer and explorer, for almost 50 years she travelled to remote parts of Australia, India, Europe, America and New Guinea in pursuit of exotic flowers and wildlife to paint. Over 3000 works testify to her prodigious output. This publication will help establish her rightful place in Australian art.

Beaded Pictures

Author: Alice Korach
Editor: Kalmbach Publishing, Co.
ISBN: 9780890244418
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Turn a palette of colorful beads into unique bead-woven wall hangings, amulet bags, bookmarks, pendants, and bracelets! Beaded Pictures contains 49 great patterns of everything from flowers to Frankenstein. It provides complete instructions for each piece as well as alternative stitching and finishing ideas. * Subjects include animals, people, floral themes, geometric and ethnic paterns, seasonal designs, and inspirations from fine art, pop culture, and music. * Includes patterns and instructions for peyote stitch, brick stitch, square stitch, loom weaving, fringing, and more. * Inspirational photographs of finished pieces demonstrate the versatility and quality of the completed beaded patterns.

If Wishes Were Horses

Author: Merry Whiteford
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466871075
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If Wishes Were Horses is a moving coming-of-age novel that explores the depth of friendship, the hope for redemption, and the heartbreaking choices one must make in a difficult, brutal world. It's 1974, and 16-year-old Star Hennessey is living with three other foster children in a broken-down central New York town. The daughter of an alcoholic prostitute, Star has so far escaped the gritty, painful circumstances of her life through the poems and stories she writes and recites in her head. When she discovers she is pregnant, Star's search for the right course of action brings her face-to-face with the cruel exploitation she fears is her legacy--but culminates in her personal and spiritual triumph. If Wishes Were Horses is a stunning story expertly told by Merry Whiteford, a graceful writer who delves into Star's harsh reality with compassion, hope, and beauty.

The Lefay Chronicles

Author: C. Robinson
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1430308885
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Volume One explores Lily Anna's first two years at Arcadia Preparitory School for the gifted.

The Truth And Legend Of Lily Martindale

Author: Mary Sanders Shartle
Editor: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438450184
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The Adirondack hamlet of Winslow Station is transformed by the unexpected return of its solitary prodigal child. When a successful New Yorker returns to her birthplace in the Adirondack Mountains to escape her publicly tragic life, she begins to find peace for the first time since she was five years old. Hired as a caretaker for an Adirondack Great Camp, she spends over ten years living alone. But Lily Martindale’s days as a recluse are plagued by a secret which aggravates her fragile state of mind. On a winter day in the 1990s, deep in the mountains, she opens fire on a military flyover. Lily, once again, is a person of interest in the press, to the public, and now to the FBI—not an enviable position for a hermit. The Adirondack hamlet of Winslow Station is transformed by the unexpected return of its solitary prodigal child. She is driven to confront her own isolation, years of sadness, and her deteriorating health. She also finds something, and someone, she never expected to see again. “Mary Sanders Shartle has created an unforgettable character in her female hermit, subtly evoking the diverse moods of our North Country seasons along the way. This well-paced first novel kept me riveted from the poetic opening paragraphs to the unexpected conclusion. The Truth and Legend of Lily Martindale has all the makings of an Adirondack classic.” — Bibi Wein, author of The Way Home: A Wilderness Journey “What to make of Lily Martindale? In this poignant tale of a woman whose heart remains, for both better and worse, in an idyllic Adirondack childhood while she is buffeted by the storms of adolescence and adulthood, Mary Sanders Shartle has given us a deeply moving and penetrating portrait of human memory, longings, and motivations. Shartle’s thorough knowledge of Adirondack social, political, architectural, and natural history allows her to paint a convincing picture of diverse people, their environments, and their interactions, from the ‘Great Camp’ set to natives of remote northern pockets of the park. Will Lily ever retrieve the love and happiness she knew as a child? Perhaps only a raven knows for sure.” — Neal Burdick, coeditor of The Adirondack Reader: Four Centuries of Adirondack Writing, 3rd Edition

International Pedagogical Practices Of Teachers

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Editor: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1784416711
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While online learning is regarded to be a rapidly growing field of research in and of itself, supporting diverse learners in online settings is an especially rapidly growing subfield.